Ingrid Frazier Collier
Ingrid Frazier Collier, a graduate of Fisk University (’71), currently serves as Assistant Vice-President, Enrollment Management and Dean of Women.
Ms. Collier received a bachelor’s degree in Sociology and Education from Fisk and earned a master’s degree in Education with an emphasis in Administration and Supervision from Tennessee State University. Her primary and secondary education was through the parochial school system in Atlanta, Georgia.
Ms. Collier first joined the Fisk family in 1979 as Associate Director of Alumni Affairs and Development. She assumed the responsibilities of Director of Career Services in 1998. In 2000, she became the inaugural Director of Leadership Enrichment and Academic Development (LEAD), where she served as director for 10 years. In 2010, Ms. Collier was asked to develop the campus wide retention program, AESP, Academic Excellence and Student Performance, as director.
As a result of her love for Fisk and demonstrated leadership she was asked in 2013 to assume the role of Assistant Vice-President, Enrollment Management and to serve as Dean of Women.
Prior to joining the Fisk Family for the second time, Ms. Collier developed clinical training sites for 3rd and 4th year medical students at Meharry Medical College through the Area Health’s Education Center (AHEC) of Tennessee and served as Director of Public Relations for Hubbard Hospital, the teaching hospital of Meharry Medical College, from 1982-1996.
Ms. Collier is a charter member of Parthenon Links, Incorporated, a national volunteer service organization of women committed to sustaining the culture and economic survival of people of African descent; organizer and charter member of the Associates Group of the Nashville Chapter Jack and Jill of America, Inc.; member of the Nashville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated; and campus advisor to Alpha Beta Chapter and the Nashville Fisk Club.
Ms. Collier is a long-time member of St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church; the mother of four daughters, including two Fisk graduates: Kelly Collier Malone (’95) and Kinsey Alexandria Collier (’11); and has seven grandchildren, including a set of quadruplets.
- Developed the Fisk University Mini- College, 1980
- Served as inaugural director of LEAD Program, 2000
- Developed the campus-wide retention program, AESP, 2010
Ingrid Frazier Collier
Assistant Vice President and Dean of Women Division of Enrollment
Director of the Office of Academic Excellence and Student Engagement
B.A. Sociology, Fisk University, Nashville, TN
M.Ed. Administration and Supervision, Tennessee State University, Nashville, TN
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